Regosphere is Andrew Quitter, a really productive man from Portland, Oregon. He does harsh noise music with "Suburbia Melting" since 1998, is running the DumpsterScore Home Recordings label, and between all this, he finds time for his new project Regosphere with synth miniatures, dark ambient elements, field recordings and lo-fi noises.
The three pieces on "The Coast By Train" have a duration from 8 to 15 minutes. The ride starts with "In Darkened Hills", an ambient drone piece with oscilating synthesiser tones, tiny glitches and a modulating dark soundscape in the background. "The Ghost Were Hung By Wire" is a haunted and spooky piece, very athmospheric and very fragile. The last track "Black Keys" is a 15 minute melodic journey with field recording parts, synth patterns and a beautiful melody, crawling into your ear.